Our team members are all members of the EHT PAL Enforcers FTC Team, or the EHT PAL SeaPerch Aquabotics team. This Moonbots team is made up of team members from different schools and with a variety of STEM career aspirations, each with experience working on robotics. The team became aware of the Moonbots challenge through FTC, and it was something they were each interested in. The team felt that they had ideas to contribute to humanity's legacy, and the engineering and robotics skill to be successful.

Sophia Zhang is a senior at Egg Harbor Township High School, and will be pursuing a business degree when she enters college. Emily Hsieh is a sophomore at the Atlantic County Institute of Technology, and is following a medical technology career path. Luke Williams is a freshman at Mainland Regional High School, and has interest in becoming an aerospace engineer. Kyle Tavarez is a 6th grader at Fernwood Middle School in Egg Harbor Township, who has a lifelong interest in robotics and drones.

Our captain, Mr. Wynne, is a mentor of our FTC team. He is a manager with a background in engineering. In his early career worked on NASA satellite programs through the Goddard Space Flight Center, working on orbit and attitude control systems, in collaboration with satellite operations.

Our Phase 1 video, about what we would send to represent humanity's legacy, can be seen at https://youtu.be/NnP_Bf6TNj0.

Phase 1 Answer

What you would leave behind on the Moon as a legacy for future generations?

MOONBOTS: A Google Lunar XPRIZE Challenge - Enforcers